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September 21, 2009

Health Care South Of The Border

Steve Minnick was diagnosed with polio at a young age and has had residual issues ever since. He's now 60 and, in 2006, wanted to retire. He couldn't get Social Security benefits unless he went on disability, something he says he couldn't afford to do. Instead, he moved to Mexico for affordable quality health care. Then, the U.S. market plummeted, and so did the investments he and his wife hoped to live on. He's back in the U.S. now, renting out his Mexico house. Luckily, he got his old job back. Steve Minnick tells Dick Gordon about the benefits of Mexican health insurance, and his reintroduction into the U.S. workforce.

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